High - quality serigraphy with the Holy Forty. Vibrant background colors and 22K gold on a wooden frame with glass. The icon is from the Holy Cell of St. Nicholas on Mount Athos and is packaged in a hard cardboard box.
The Holy Forty were soldiers at the most chosen group of Roman soldiers of of Licinius army. Because they opposed the expulsion against the Christians, they were thwarted, sentenced to spend the night in the icy lake and then their stiffened bodies of the confessors were burned, and the ashes cast into a river. The Eastern Orthodox Church celebrates the Holy Forty on 9 March.